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  • Greene: 10,04 in Osaka; Johnson (13,13) 2nd to Xiang (13,06)

    http://www.eurosport.com/home/pages/V3/ ... 5320.shtml

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/athletics/3693251.stm

    Better IAAF report (includes Alleyne Francique running a 44,47WL/NR 400m -- winning by almost a second):

    http://www.iaaf.org/GP04/news/Kind=2/newsId=25183.html (ARTICLE) ; http://www.iaaf.org/GP04/results/eventC ... index.html (RESULTS)

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    Re: Greene: 10,04 in Osaka; Johnson (13,13) 2nd to Xiang (13

    The men's hurdles (13.06 & 13.13) were run with a -1.2 wind!

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    • #3
      Re: Greene: 10,04 in Osaka; Johnson (13,13) 2nd to Xiang (13

      what's the -1.2 work out to if you convert the times?

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      • #4
        Re: Greene: 10,04 in Osaka; Johnson (13,13) 2nd to Xiang (13

        It actually helps some, greatly hinders others.

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        • #5
          Re: Greene: 10,04 in Osaka; Johnson (13,13) 2nd to Xiang (13

          Nice 4x100 and 4x400 by the Japanese too.

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            Re: Greene: 10,04 in Osaka; Johnson (13,13) 2nd to Xiang (13

            My understanding is that a slight headwind helps tall hurdlers, hinders shorties. I doubt that -1.2 helps anyone. I big tailwind is supposed to blow tall hurdlers into the hurdles but helps the short guys sail.

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            • #7
              Re: Greene: 10,04 in Osaka; Johnson (13,13) 2nd to Xiang (13

              Anyone know what happend to Tyree Washington? he's done as a DNF in the 400.

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